We are regionally and nationally recognized for our innovative programming and development and renovation of homes people can afford. We work statewide with headquarters in Missoula and have built new construction or rehabilitated and preserved properties across Montana.

Homeword is an equal opportunity employer.

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Katie and Karissa biking to work

Our organization is the 2024 winner of the Missoula Job Service Employers’ Council (JSEC) Employer of Choice Award in the small business category. Our organization has also been named a Missoula Western Montana Business Top-10 Workplace and JSEC Employer of Choice in previous years.

We treat our employees and those we serve with respect and dignity. We value integrity, compassion, a sense of community and excellence in all our work. Collaborative in nature, we believe in providing our staff with training and room to grow personally and professionally.

We also try to walk the walk in every way that we can: we strive to buy locally, are committed to our community, find every way possible to save energy in our office and use alternative forms of transportation to commute to work.


  • Meaningful work and competitive pay
  • Professional development opportunities
  • 100% of employee health insurance premium paid by employer
  • Short-term disability, long-term disability and life/accident insurance paid by employer
  • Simple IRA plan with dollar-for-dollar matching up to 3% compensation
  • Four weeks of PTO per year, five weeks of PTO after two years
  • 11 paid holidays a year


Homebuyer Educator The primary responsibilities of the homebuyer educator include providing homeownership counseling services such as pre-purchase, post-purchase and foreclosure intervention as well as administration and facilitation of the homebuyer education class. The position will require a full-time commitment and will be located at Homeword’s office in Missoula, Montana. Please see the job description and details for how to apply.

Priority deadline for applications has been extended to Thursday, June 27.